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January-March  2015 |
 Vol 57 | Issue 1

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Editorial
Ethical issues in research: study design and publication-worthiness as a case in point
Several issues of this Journal have, in the recent past, carried editorials related to scientific and ethical aspects of psychiatric research and publishing in India and elsewhere. [1],[2],[3],[4] One...
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Guest Editorial
Psychiatrists need a Freud-chip in their psyche to be well-rounded
Since the celebration of the "decade of the brain" commenced in 1990, the mind-set of many psychiatrists has tilted considerably, to become almost totally "biological." Though we have nice concepts li...
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Original Article
Theory and practice of chaplain's spiritual care process: A psychiatrist's experiences of chaplaincy and conceptualizing trans-personal model of mindfulness
Background: Of various spiritual care methods, mindfulness meditation has found consistent application in clinical intervention and research. "Listening presence," a chaplain's model of mindful...
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Special Article
Strategy for the management of substance use disorders in the State of Punjab: Developing a structural model of state-level de-addiction services in the health sector (the "Punjab model")
Background: Substance use disorders are believed to have become rampant in the State of Punjab, causing substantive loss to the person, the family, the society, and the state. The situation is ...
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Original Article
Finger patterns and age of onset for the determination of the parent-of-origin in the transmission of schizophrenia
Summary: Dermatoglyphic traits which are reported to be largely determined by genes could be considered as phenotypic characterestics and if the same are expressed through generations in schizo...
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